Much like Dolly Parton, Miranda Lambert is a Billboard chart-topping entrepreneur along with her arms in a number of industries at a profitable degree. Nonetheless, after working along with her in writing songs for his upcoming major-label debut album, Gold Chain Cowboy, on a current Taste of Country Nights look, Parker McCollum tied the “Bluebird” and “Jolene” vocalists collectively in a lot deeper acclaim.
“I name her the Dolly Parton of my era,” McCollum says of Lambert. “I feel she’s an exceptional expertise. After which attending to know her, she’s such a traditional, common individual while you’re round her. You’d by no means know she’s a famous person.” Lambert and McCollum have lengthy spoken about writing collectively, and that chance got here to fruition when McCollum was engaged on his July 30-releasing full-length major-label debut. The track “Falling Aside” was beloved by each McCollum and Lambert. “She actually appreciated it, and we chased it, and it was cool,” McCollum famous.
Regarding Parton and Lambert and their closeness, it seems they have already got fairly a bond. Again in January, the Texan artist celebrated the Tennessean’s birthday. On Instagram, Lambert wrote below a publish, “Blissful Birthday Dolly! Thanks to your vivid mild. Singing with you and having some coronary heart to coronary heart conversations was a spotlight of my life.” Then, again in 2018, the 2 stars met for the primary time to document a brand new model of Parton’s track “Dumb Blonde” for the soundtrack of her executive-produced Netflix film Dumplin’. Parton wrote nearly all of the brand new songs for that soundtrack, plus recorded new variations of a few of her classics.
As nicely, about Lambert, on the time of recording, Parton wrote, “I’d by no means gotten to satisfy Miranda Lambert till we re-recorded ’Dumb Blonde’ however we clicked instantly and we’re like soul sisters now! Hope y’all love the track as a lot as we do.”